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You are never going to please everyone, ever. Don't let others' negativity push you to live for other people instead of for yourself. Criticism is in your mind. When we stop worrying what others think of us, we feel free to think bigger and pursue our dreams.
You want to handle your divorce on your own but you are uncertain about what to expect in court. Here are three things you should know will be expected of you by the judge handling your divorce.
Are you overwhelmed? Are your family and friends still asking you to help them when you have absolutely nothing left to give? Here are some useful tips to to reduce your stress and decide whether to help a friend or family member when you are feeling burnt out or overwhelmed.
You recently learned that you spouse has a lot more debt than you knew of. Your spouse only told you about the debt because you filed for divorce, and now wants you to take half of it. What can you do?
Everyone wants to be happy.
You are not alone in wanting to avoid any challenges that will negatively impact your career, finances, health and, especially, your relationships.
But it is impossible to avoid problems at the office, to ensure that you will always have enough money, that you remain healthy and your relationships remain the same and intact. Especially, since there are forces outside of our control.
Here are 3 important tips to regain happiness when things happy out of our control.
How to Stop Feeling Stressed. Life can through us curveballs and the ending of a relationship is one of them. Stop feeling overwhelmed and in control with these simple tips.
If you are considering a change or want an improvement in your relationships, increase your money, or amplify your success….this one question can be a game changer.
Your judge will require you to develop a parenting plan before granting a divorce. Conflict between you and the other parent can be minimized and a successful plan can be created with these three simple tips.
You never imagined that you would have to deal with a rude and impolite spouse. You are going through a divorce and you are disappointed by how your spouse is acting. You ask yourself what you should do to end the bad behavior. Here are 3 suggestions to determine what you should do next.
No need to continue faking it till you make it. You can go out there and live your dreams by following these tips.
You want to end a relationship. And maybe you are considering a divorce. Saying it out loud — even in your mind — makes you feel scared, uncertain, and guilty about whether you are making the right choice. If this is you, you must ask yourself these three questions…
Three Simple Steps
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